It’s a bit of cliche to think of a politician shouting, “Do you know who I am?” at some airline stewardess, but it is a cliche for a reason. Most of us spend a lot of time just trying to figure out who we are ourselves. But in this week’s reflection, Michael Quinn Sullivan explains that our republic needs us to be involved and engaged as citizens – fighting for liberty.
Every generation must shrug the vestiges of socialism if we are truly thankful for liberty.
The right of an individual to securely own property is central to Scripture.
On Veterans Day, we should thank those who served… and make sure we are building a republic worth serving.
Feeding an irksome “frenemy” to an alligator in the fray of an internecine fight might feel good, but it ignores that the alligator will next be looking to feed on you.